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Program Title Program Description Grade Levels
Advanced Manufacturing The term "Advanced Manufacturing Technology" is used to describe flexible manufacturing systems that use innovative technology to improve the design and manufacture of products and processes. The Advanced Manufacturing Technology Program will teach you how these systems - using robotic and transport-based automation including modular work cells: assembly stations, storage locations, machining centers, welding centers and painting stations - play out in the product, from design to manufacture to delivery to the customer. Each student will acquire an overview of how a complete system is tied together to produce high quality product at a low cost. High School, Technical College
Manufacturing, Automation, and Robotics The Manufacturing, Automation, and Robotics Technology specialization trains students to install, operate, maintain and troubleshoot equipment used in manufacturing environments. Core skills are electric circuits, semiconductor devices, and microprocessor controls. Specialization is enhanced through electives. Available electives are electromechanical systems, including PLCs, data acquisition (including NI LabView), industrial robots, and semiconductor manufacturing processes. High School, Technical College
Industrial Maintenance This curriculum will help prepare students for immediate employment in the field of industrial maintenance. Students will learn to perform the duties of a general maintenance technician and function as a member of a multi-skilled general and shop maintenance team in a wide variety of industrial settings. Graduates will perform routine preventative maintenance, troubleshooting, and repair on equipment and components in an industrial plant environment. High School, Technical College
Industry 4.0 Industry 4.0 is the advancement and integration of increased automation, improved communication, and production of smart machines that can analyze and diagnose issues without the need for human intervention. The combination of cyber-physical systems and the Internet of Things makes Industry 4.0 possible. Students will learn how to integrate, maintain, and use Industry 4.0 technologies to their full potential, including the collection and analyzing of manufacturing data through Management Execution Systems. Predictive Maintenance, Artificial Intelligence, and Machine Learning are key aspects of a students' learning outcomes. High School, Technical College
Smart Manufacturing The Smart Manufacturing option will equip graduates with key skills in both instrumentation and controls engineering and information technology. Students will learn to install, operate, troubleshoot, and maintain automated systems. These systems will make use of networks of advanced sensors, data analytics, and information and communication technologies to improve manufacturing productivity. After completing the program, students will be able to build careers in areas such as electrical and electronics engineering and instrumentation and controls engineering. High School, Technical College
Electrical Engineering Technology Electrical engineering technology is a field that implements and applies the principles of electrical engineering. Think of it as a hands-on discipline that brings the practical side of this practice to life. Electrical engineering technicians often work hand-in-hand with electrical engineers. These trained specialists help engineers design and develop equipment that is powered by electricity or electric current. They assist with electrical power distribution, process control, instrumentation design, and more. High School, Technical College
Electronics Technology Electronics is the study of the flow of charge through various materials and devices such as semiconductors, resistors, inductors, capacitors, nano-structures, and vacuum tubes. Considered a theoretical branch of physics, electronics is also the design and construction of electronic circuits to solve practical problems in engineering. The Electronics Technology program prepares you to work as an electronics technician, manufacturing supervisor, test equipment specialist, prototype fabricator, and more for companies that specialize in electronic design, manufacturing, service, and development. High School, Technical College
Renewable Energy Technology Renewable Energy Technology programs provide technical training for employment in the field of manufacturing, installation and maintenance of renewable energy systems and products. Graduates will be prepared to integrate, install and make repairs related to equipment and controls. Renewable Energy programs take a broad-based approach to training renewable energy technicians, with emphasis on mechanical and electro-mechanical systems, fluid power, instrumentation and controls as well as systems troubleshooting. Graduates will be prepared to work in the capacity of a technician with specialized skills in energy system measurement, energy efficiency, system design and electronic controls. High School, Technical College
Construction Management Construction Management programs prepare students to fill the unprecedented demand for construction managers across a wide range of residential and commercial building industries. Key topics covered in Construction Management programs include management of people and processes, building methods and materials, blueprint reading, OSHA safety regulations, hazard awareness and prevention, project scheduling and estimating, business communications, and field surveying. Construction Management programs teach students the interdependence of all construction activities working together safely and efficiently. Students will be expected to have a strong understanding of management principles, building structural behavior, project safety, and risk management. High School, Technical College
Heating, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration Technology Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration technicians are primarily trained in the service, repair, maintenance and installation of heating, cooling and refrigeration equipment including domestic, residential, commercial and industrial systems. HVAC-R programs require extensive educational training in refrigeration systems, electrical/electronic controls, pneumatic controls, cooling and heating systems, duct design, fabrication and residential and commercial heat gained and loss calculations. Opportunities for employment in Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration include: Engineers in sales, application and operating. Technicians in testing, equipment installers, preventive maintenance, service and repair, wholesale and sheet metal specialist. High School, Technical College
Supply Chain and Logistics Technology Logis­tics and Supply Chain Manage­ment relates to the move­ment of supplies, material, and people from one place to another to satisfy a consumer's essen­tial needs. All busi­nesses rely on logistics and or supply chain profes­sionals to preserve their inven­tory and keep it moving to the right destin­ation. Supply Chain and Logistics programs provide students with hands-on training before entering the Logistics Work­force. Programs will provide students full understanding of how war­ehouse, traffic and trans­portation managem­ent, storage and distri­bution, logistics manage­ment and inven­tory control manag­ement and software enter­prise resource plan­ning experi­ence all operate. Graduates will attain the skills required of the industry, enable graduates to seek immediate employment in the workplace, meet labor market demands, and permit greater economic competitiveness. Program specialties include warehouse, traffic and transportation management, storage and distribution, and inventory control. High School, Technical College
Automotive Technology Automotive Technology training programs give you the skills necessary for the typical automotive service department, along with a broad knowledge base and well-rounded education to advance in your career. You'll get an overview of the auto service industry, as well as learning how to diagnose, service and repair the wide range of engine and auto components. In addition to engine repair and rebuilding, your training will cover electrical systems, brakes, transmissions, fuel injection systems, on-board diagnostics, climate control systems, steering and suspension systems and more. Aligned with ASE Certification (NATEF) Task Lists, students will be prepared for any career related to automotive technology. High School, Technical College
Diesel / Heavy Truck Technology Heavy Truck and Diesel Technology programs offer training in the diagnosis, repair, service and maintenance of heavy-duty diesel equipment and trucks. With alignment from the Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) Education Foundation students will be able to attain industry recognized credentials upon completion of the program. Students will become adept at analyzing truck component failure, servicing the components, using testing procedures, and troubleshooting. Preventative maintenance is stressed as well as the importance of high-quality workmanship in order to prevent expensive downtime on diesel equipment. Classroom instruction is integrated with shop assignments to provide each student with the knowledge and skills necessary to be successful in the diesel service field. High School, Technical College